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    Amino acids profiles of incomplete foods?

    It is my understanding that with the exception of soy, there are no non-animal source foods that contrain a complete essential amino acid profile. If this is the case i would very much like to know what EAA's are missing from bodybuilding foods such as oatmeal(4g of protein per serving), Almonds(9g of protein per serving) and Natural peanut butter(also 9g of protein per serving on the current one im using). I know somebody will probably acuse me of extreme over analizing with this post and i would actully agree with them, because im posing this question as much out of curiosity as i am about functionality. Although i will admit, i have always counted the proteins found in these and other foods towards my daily total, and if they are devoid of leucine or something i'll admit that i will be slightly disturbed lol XD. Thank you.
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    I don't know what EAA's are missing from certain foods, but I do know you can make them complete by combining certain foods such as peanut butter and wheat bread, rice and beans etc. There are sites that give non animal based food combinations to eat together to make a complete protein.
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    http://www.nutritiondata.com has a the amino breakdowns and protein qualities for many foods...

    Oatmeal for instance... http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-C00001-01c20Pl.html
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    Originally Posted by in10city View Post
    http://www.nutritiondata.com has a the amino breakdowns and protein qualities for many foods...

    Oatmeal for instance... http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-C00001-01c20Pl.html
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    a question about this site, what aminos do M+C and P+T stand for in that chart? thx
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    Originally Posted by in10city View Post
    http://www.nutritiondata.com has a the amino breakdowns and protein qualities for many foods...

    Oatmeal for instance... http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-C00001-01c20Pl.html
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    Originally Posted by Progressive8 View Post
    a question about this site, what aminos do M+C and P+T stand for in that chart? thx
    M+C = Methionine+Cystine
    P+T = Phenylalanine+Tyrosine

    This has the background info on the chart ... http://www.nutritiondata.com/help/an...rotein-quality
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    Originally Posted by Progressive8 View Post
    It is my understanding that with the exception of soy, there are no non-animal source foods that contrain a complete essential amino acid profile. If this is the case i would very much like to know what EAA's are missing from bodybuilding foods such as oatmeal(4g of protein per serving), Almonds(9g of protein per serving) and Natural peanut butter(also 9g of protein per serving on the current one im using). I know somebody will probably acuse me of extreme over analizing with this post and i would actully agree with them, because im posing this question as much out of curiosity as i am about functionality. Although i will admit, i have always counted the proteins found in these and other foods towards my daily total, and if they are devoid of leucine or something i'll admit that i will be slightly disturbed lol XD. Thank you.

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    If your getting ample protein from animal sources, then it doesn't make any difference whatsoever.
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